Leo Sayer

Leo Sayer sang vocals on the song Arrow, which was a track left over from the Explorers sessions and was not released. The song was eventually released on The Complete Explorers album in 2001.

Leo Sayer was born Gerard Hugh Sayer on May 21st. 1948 to father Thomas Sayer and mother Teresa Nolan at Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex, in England.

His most well-known song “The Show Must Go On”, was released as his second single and went to number 2 in the U.K. charts and the “Silverbird” album also reached number 2 in the album chart. The B.B.C. put Leo In Concert on T.V. and as the year of 1973 drew to a close both the Melody Maker and The Sun newspaper (on the cover of it’s new year issue) predicted Leo as “The Star Of ‘74”

2010 started dramatically for Leo, with him headlining a huge free concert for Australia Day on the water in Sydney’s Darling Harbour. His performance was watched by 150,000 people live, and many more on national TV.

Later this year Leo travels to Europe for a series of live shows, in June re-visiting Britain for an arena tour titled: “Once In A Lifetime”, where he will be sharing the bill with David Essex, The Osmonds, and The Bay City Rollers.

Many thanks to - www.leosayer.com - for the above information.

Leo Sayer is credited on the following Roxy Music and Solo Albums